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Flying a Drone in the Wind, Other Challenges

flying a drone in the windEvery drone pilot eventually faces challenging environments.  Here, a pro’s best tips for flying a drone in the wind, cold, and other problematic conditions.

The following is a guest post by Jason Steinberg, CEO of Scanifly: the only drone-based solar software committed to improving the efficiency, accuracy and safety of solar projects globally.  DRONELIFE neither accepts nor makes payment for guest posts.

4 Environmental Challenges Every Drone Pilot can Master

Drone flying today is automated to the point where drone pilots don’t have to do much after take off. Between the free DJI Go 4 app, DroneDeploy’s app customizations, the Skydio 2’s self-flying features and others, many aspects of drone flying can be streamlined. However, flying in difficult environmental conditions can end in lower-quality photos and potentially detrimental damage to your drone.

Here are tips for navigating the toughest of conditions:

1. Flying in intense heat or chill

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Source: dronelife.com